S-290 Unit 11: Extreme Wildland Fire Behavior covers the characteristics and contributing factors of extreme fire conditions. Fire activity that is considered extreme includes crown fire, spotting, fire whirls, and wind-driven or plume-dominated fires. Description of what determines the probability of ignition of a fire is also included. This module is part of the Intermediate Wildland Fire Behavior Course.
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